the answer is of course yes but both the woman and the baby need hbv vaccine if they never had hbv and so are not protected by hbsab antibody, just check with your doctor for this, nothing to worry aabout
thanks for your reply , .... ... ,,,, 5 months ago I went to donete my blood then they said i got hep -b.. ,,,so I did not go to see doctor for that.. I search to internet i found that medicine are very expensive for me,,, so is there any cheap why that I can take care of my body... and thanks for your info.. currently i did not taking any medicine ,,, so please give me advice
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